With quick identification in mind, Columbia Machine (Vancouver, WA) developed The Turnado palletizer infeed. Its unique design allows cases to be oriented in such a way that labels face outward on all sides of a palletized load.
Kayat (Edgewater, FL) has introduced a heavy-duty, low-maintenance high-speed continuous-motion shrink film wrapper. Model 801T provides a bottom over-lap seal and can use preprinted films to wrap up to 80 trays/min.
A new rectangular paperboard can, new graphics, new glass jars, even some product reformulation, are all part of a major remake for Lipton powdered iced tea mix. New Natural Brew line aims at ready-to-drink market.
Autoprod (Clearwater, FL) will show its Flexotherm CIP cup filling system at the Jagenberg booth at interpack. The system fills preformed containers ranging in volume from 12 to 1겨 cc at speeds to 7꼀 cups/hr in a sterile air enclosure.
Hayes Machine Co. (Marshall, MI) is offering literature on the Hayes 520 intermittent-motion cartoner. The machine requires only 45 sq' of floor space and is suited for food products, ice cream and frozen novelties, as well as personal and pharmaceutical items.
To impart an upscale look to its new Ultra Skin Care soaps, Phoenix-based Dial Corp. relies on printing and decorating technologies ranging from gravure-printed, film-laminated carton stock to hot foil stamping.